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The Resource African folktales & sculpture., [Folktales selected and edited by Paul Radin, with the collaboration of Elinore Marvel. Introd. to the tales by Paul Radin. Sculpture selected with an introd. by James Johnson Sweeney

African folktales & sculpture., [Folktales selected and edited by Paul Radin, with the collaboration of Elinore Marvel. Introd. to the tales by Paul Radin. Sculpture selected with an introd. by James Johnson Sweeney

Label
African folktales & sculpture.
Title
African folktales & sculpture.
Statement of responsibility
[Folktales selected and edited by Paul Radin, with the collaboration of Elinore Marvel. Introd. to the tales by Paul Radin. Sculpture selected with an introd. by James Johnson Sweeney
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
  • maps
  • plates
Index
no index present
LC call number
GR350
LC item number
.A35
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1883-1959
  • 1900-1986
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Radin, Paul
  • Sweeney, James Johnson
Series statement
Bollingen series
Series volume
32
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Tales
  • Sculpture, African
  • Contes
  • Sculpture africaine
  • Sculpture, African
  • Tales
  • Arte De Povos Primitivos
  • Contes africains
  • Sculpture
  • Plastik
  • Volkserzählung
  • Africa
  • Afrika
Label
African folktales & sculpture., [Folktales selected and edited by Paul Radin, with the collaboration of Elinore Marvel. Introd. to the tales by Paul Radin. Sculpture selected with an introd. by James Johnson Sweeney
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction/ Paul Radin -- Prologue/ Ekoi -- I. The Universe and Its Beginnings -- How Spider Obtained the Sky-God's Stories/ Ashanti -- The Separation of God from Man/ Krachi -- The Creator Nyame and His Four Wives/ Krachi -- How Abosom, the Lesser Gods, Came into the World/ Ashanti -- Why the Sun and the Moon Live in the Sky/ Efik-Ibibio -- The Sun and the Children/ Bushmen -- The Brothers, Sun and Moon, and the Pretty Girl/ Akamba -- The Son of the Wind/ Bushmen -- How the Stars Came/ Ekoi -- How the First Rain Came/Ekoi -- The Origin of Death/Krachi -- The Origin of Death/Akamba -- The Origin of Death/Hottentot -- How Diseases Came to the Ashanti/ Ashanti -- How the Mason-Wasp Fetched Fire from God/ Baila -- How Kintu Was Tested before He Could Marry the Daughter of the King of Heaven/ Baganda -- The Son of Kimanaueze and the Daughter of Sun and Moon/ Ambundu -- The Blue-Jay Who Married the Daughter of God/ Baila -- Mantis Creates an Eland/ Bushmen -- Why the Chief of the Smiths Was Unable to Create Human Beings/ Baganda -- How Spider Read the Sky-God's Thoughts/ Ashanti -- II. The Animal and His World -- Mantis and the All-Devourer/ Bushmen -- The Fox and the Wolf/ Herero -- The Elephant and the Tortoise/ Hottentot -- The Frog and Umdhlubu/ Zulu -- The Caterpillar and the Wild Animals/ Masai -- The Gazell and the Leopard/ Bakongo -- The Leopard, the Squirrel, and the Tortoise/ Efik-Ibibio -- The Hare, the Hyena, and the Lioness's Cave/ Masai -- Nwashisisana, the Hare -- Master Rabbit and the Berries/ Thonga -- How It Came About That We Shall Always See Okra the Cat Lying on a Velvet Cushion, While Okraman the Dog Sleeps Among the Ashes of the Kitchen Fire/ Ashanti -- How It Came About That the Hinder Part of Kwaku Ananse the Spider Became Big, at the Expense of His Head, Which Is Small/ Ashanti -- Why There Are Cracks in Tortoise's Shell/ Baila -- Why Some Animals Became Domesticated/ Suk -- How Honey-Guide Came to Have Authority over Honey/ Baila -- The Bird That Made Milk/ Xosa -- The Man and the Snake/ Nuer -- How Elephant Married a Nama Woman and Was Deceived by Her/ Nama -- How Kwaku Ananse Got Aso in Marriage/ Ashanti -- III. The Realm of Man -- The Young Man Who Was Carried Off by a Lion/ Bushmen -- How a Hunter Obtained Money from His Friend the Leopard, the Goat, the Bush Cat, and the Cock, and How He Got Out of Repaying Them/ Efik-Ibibio -- The Little Wise Woman/ Hottentot -- Zimwa-mbanje the Hemp Smoker/ Mashona -- Konyek and His Father/ Masai -- The Lost Sister/ Akikuyu -- The Woman and the Children of the Sycamore Tree/ Masai -- The Girl Who Stayed in the Fork of a Tree/ Bena Mukuni -- How an Unborn Child Avenged Its Mother's Death/ Bena Mukuni -- The Woman Who Killed Her Co-Wife/ Bena Mukuni -- The Slave Girl Who Tried to Kill Her Mistress/ Efik-Ibibio -- The Smart Man and the Fool/ Bakongo -- The Greed of the Old Man and His Wife/ Masai -- How Contradiction Came to the Ashanti/ Ashanti -- How It Came About That One Person Does Not Reveal the Origin from Which Another Person Comes/ Ashanti -- Why a Girl Should Marry Him to Whome Is Given in Marriage/ Ashanti -- How It Came That Children Were First Whipped/ Ashanti -- Why It Is That the Elders Say We Should Not Repeat Sleeping-Mat Confidences/ Ashanti -- Why You Should Let Your Kinsman Accompany You When He Asks to Go Along/ Ashanti -- If Someone Does Good to You, You Should Do Good in Return/ Ashanti -- Untombinde, the Tall Maiden/ Zulu -- IV. Man and His Fate -- The Wonder-Worker of the Plains/ Baronga -- The Enchanted Guinea-Fowl/ Lango -- The Adventures of Mrile/ Chaga -- The Handsome Ogre-Girl of the Pool/ Akamba -- The Town Where None Might Go to Sleep/ Hausa -- The City Where Men Are Mended/ Hausa -- M'wambia and the N'jenge/ Akikuyu -- The Child and the Eagle/ Baila -- The Fat Woman Who Melted Away/ Efik-Ibibio -- The Cherry-Pickers/ Lango -- Ngomba's Basket/ Bakongo -- The Beautiful Girl Who Hand No Teeth/ Bavenda -- The Girl Who Was Sacrificed by Her Kin and Whom Her Lover Brought Back from Below/ Akikuyu -- The Wicked Girl and Her Punishment/ Hausa -- The Old Woman Who Stole Milk/ Zulu -- The Wife Who Ate the Wrong Porridge/ Bena Mukuni -- The Twin Brothers/ Bakongo -- Kenkebe/ Xosa -- The Giant of the Great Water/ Akikuyu -- A Woman for a Hundred Cattle/ Swahili -- Epilogue/ Baila -- Sources of the Folktales -- Glossary -- African Negro Sculpture -- Introduction/ James Johnson Sweeney -- Plates -- Catalogue of Plates
Dimensions
32 cm.
Extent
xxi, 355 pages
Lccn
52010030
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
plates, map
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00322715
  • (OCoLC)ocm00322715
Label
African folktales & sculpture., [Folktales selected and edited by Paul Radin, with the collaboration of Elinore Marvel. Introd. to the tales by Paul Radin. Sculpture selected with an introd. by James Johnson Sweeney
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction/ Paul Radin -- Prologue/ Ekoi -- I. The Universe and Its Beginnings -- How Spider Obtained the Sky-God's Stories/ Ashanti -- The Separation of God from Man/ Krachi -- The Creator Nyame and His Four Wives/ Krachi -- How Abosom, the Lesser Gods, Came into the World/ Ashanti -- Why the Sun and the Moon Live in the Sky/ Efik-Ibibio -- The Sun and the Children/ Bushmen -- The Brothers, Sun and Moon, and the Pretty Girl/ Akamba -- The Son of the Wind/ Bushmen -- How the Stars Came/ Ekoi -- How the First Rain Came/Ekoi -- The Origin of Death/Krachi -- The Origin of Death/Akamba -- The Origin of Death/Hottentot -- How Diseases Came to the Ashanti/ Ashanti -- How the Mason-Wasp Fetched Fire from God/ Baila -- How Kintu Was Tested before He Could Marry the Daughter of the King of Heaven/ Baganda -- The Son of Kimanaueze and the Daughter of Sun and Moon/ Ambundu -- The Blue-Jay Who Married the Daughter of God/ Baila -- Mantis Creates an Eland/ Bushmen -- Why the Chief of the Smiths Was Unable to Create Human Beings/ Baganda -- How Spider Read the Sky-God's Thoughts/ Ashanti -- II. The Animal and His World -- Mantis and the All-Devourer/ Bushmen -- The Fox and the Wolf/ Herero -- The Elephant and the Tortoise/ Hottentot -- The Frog and Umdhlubu/ Zulu -- The Caterpillar and the Wild Animals/ Masai -- The Gazell and the Leopard/ Bakongo -- The Leopard, the Squirrel, and the Tortoise/ Efik-Ibibio -- The Hare, the Hyena, and the Lioness's Cave/ Masai -- Nwashisisana, the Hare -- Master Rabbit and the Berries/ Thonga -- How It Came About That We Shall Always See Okra the Cat Lying on a Velvet Cushion, While Okraman the Dog Sleeps Among the Ashes of the Kitchen Fire/ Ashanti -- How It Came About That the Hinder Part of Kwaku Ananse the Spider Became Big, at the Expense of His Head, Which Is Small/ Ashanti -- Why There Are Cracks in Tortoise's Shell/ Baila -- Why Some Animals Became Domesticated/ Suk -- How Honey-Guide Came to Have Authority over Honey/ Baila -- The Bird That Made Milk/ Xosa -- The Man and the Snake/ Nuer -- How Elephant Married a Nama Woman and Was Deceived by Her/ Nama -- How Kwaku Ananse Got Aso in Marriage/ Ashanti -- III. The Realm of Man -- The Young Man Who Was Carried Off by a Lion/ Bushmen -- How a Hunter Obtained Money from His Friend the Leopard, the Goat, the Bush Cat, and the Cock, and How He Got Out of Repaying Them/ Efik-Ibibio -- The Little Wise Woman/ Hottentot -- Zimwa-mbanje the Hemp Smoker/ Mashona -- Konyek and His Father/ Masai -- The Lost Sister/ Akikuyu -- The Woman and the Children of the Sycamore Tree/ Masai -- The Girl Who Stayed in the Fork of a Tree/ Bena Mukuni -- How an Unborn Child Avenged Its Mother's Death/ Bena Mukuni -- The Woman Who Killed Her Co-Wife/ Bena Mukuni -- The Slave Girl Who Tried to Kill Her Mistress/ Efik-Ibibio -- The Smart Man and the Fool/ Bakongo -- The Greed of the Old Man and His Wife/ Masai -- How Contradiction Came to the Ashanti/ Ashanti -- How It Came About That One Person Does Not Reveal the Origin from Which Another Person Comes/ Ashanti -- Why a Girl Should Marry Him to Whome Is Given in Marriage/ Ashanti -- How It Came That Children Were First Whipped/ Ashanti -- Why It Is That the Elders Say We Should Not Repeat Sleeping-Mat Confidences/ Ashanti -- Why You Should Let Your Kinsman Accompany You When He Asks to Go Along/ Ashanti -- If Someone Does Good to You, You Should Do Good in Return/ Ashanti -- Untombinde, the Tall Maiden/ Zulu -- IV. Man and His Fate -- The Wonder-Worker of the Plains/ Baronga -- The Enchanted Guinea-Fowl/ Lango -- The Adventures of Mrile/ Chaga -- The Handsome Ogre-Girl of the Pool/ Akamba -- The Town Where None Might Go to Sleep/ Hausa -- The City Where Men Are Mended/ Hausa -- M'wambia and the N'jenge/ Akikuyu -- The Child and the Eagle/ Baila -- The Fat Woman Who Melted Away/ Efik-Ibibio -- The Cherry-Pickers/ Lango -- Ngomba's Basket/ Bakongo -- The Beautiful Girl Who Hand No Teeth/ Bavenda -- The Girl Who Was Sacrificed by Her Kin and Whom Her Lover Brought Back from Below/ Akikuyu -- The Wicked Girl and Her Punishment/ Hausa -- The Old Woman Who Stole Milk/ Zulu -- The Wife Who Ate the Wrong Porridge/ Bena Mukuni -- The Twin Brothers/ Bakongo -- Kenkebe/ Xosa -- The Giant of the Great Water/ Akikuyu -- A Woman for a Hundred Cattle/ Swahili -- Epilogue/ Baila -- Sources of the Folktales -- Glossary -- African Negro Sculpture -- Introduction/ James Johnson Sweeney -- Plates -- Catalogue of Plates
Dimensions
32 cm.
Extent
xxi, 355 pages
Lccn
52010030
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
plates, map
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00322715
  • (OCoLC)ocm00322715

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